What Should You Do If You Lose Your Heat?

Posted: December 19, 2016

Couple freezing in house

Posted: December 19, 2016

As temperatures keep falling, we will be getting a lot of calls about a loss of heat. While we’re happy to come out to your house and correct this for you, sometimes checking a few items on your own may be all you need to do to get your heat back.

Keep these suggestions in mind should your heat ever stop working.

  • Make sure the power switch for the heating system is turned on
  • Check for a blown fuse or a tripped circuit breaker
  • Confirm that your thermostat is set above room temperature; check the batteries too
  • Make sure you have fuel in your tank
  • Push the reset button on your burner—but not more than once

For additional details about solving a no-heat problem, visit our troubleshooting guide and then bookmark the page for easy reference.

Remember, we’re the people you can trust. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you need help—anytime. We’re here for you 24 hours a day to keep you warm and safe.

Important: If you have a heating emergency, do not email us. Please call our office right away so we can respond to your situation as fast as possible. (Phone: 877-881-8310).